insipience [ in-sip-ee-uh ns ]
1. lack of wisdom; foolishness.
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Origin: 1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin insipientia foolishness, equivalent to insipient- stem of insipiēns foolish (in- in- + -sipient-, combining form of sapient- sapient) + -ia; see -ence
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Their anfractuousness, their insipience, and their turpitude, are no longer amphibological.
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